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  1. proposition

    • IPA[ˌpräpəˈziSH(ə)n]

    美式

    • n.
      a statement or assertion that expresses a judgment or opinion;a statement that expresses a concept that can be true or false.
    • v.
      make a suggestion of sexual intercourse to (someone with whom one is not sexually involved), especially in an unsubtle or offensive way;make an offer or suggestion to (someone)
    • noun: proposition, plural noun: propositions

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a statement or assertion that expresses a judgment or opinion:

      the proposition that all men are created equal

    • 2. a statement that expresses a concept that can be true or false.
    • 3. a formal statement of a theorem or problem, typically including the demonstration.
    • 4. a suggested program or plan of action, especially in a business context:

      a detailed investment proposition

    • 5. (in the US) a constitutional proposal; a bill:

      Californian voters rejected by a two-to-one majority proposition 128

    • 6. an offer of sexual intercourse made to a person with whom one is not sexually involved, especially one that is made in an unsubtle or offensive way:

      needless to say, she refused his frank sexual proposition

    • 7. a project, task, or idea considered in terms of its likely success or difficulty, especially in a commercial context:

      a paper that has lost half its readers is unlikely to be an attractive proposition

    • 8. a person considered in terms of the likely success or difficulty of one's dealings with them:

      as a potential manager, Sandy is a better proposition than Dave

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make a suggestion of sexual intercourse to (someone with whom one is not sexually involved), especially in an unsubtle or offensive way:

      she had been propositioned at the party by an accountant

    • 2. make an offer or suggestion to (someone):

      I was propositioned by the editor about becoming film critic of the paper

    • n. (in marketing) an innovation, service, or feature intended to make a company or product attractive to customers.

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    • n. (in marketing) an innovation, service, or feature intended to make a company or product attractive to customers.

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    • unlikely to succeed; not a viable option

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    • IPA[prɒpəˈzɪʃ(ə)n]

    英式

    • n.
      a statement or assertion that expresses a judgement or opinion:
    • the proposition that high taxation is undesirable
    • v.
      make a suggestion of sexual intercourse to (someone), especially in an unsubtle way:
    • she had been propositioned at the party by a subeditor with bad breath

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  2. 知識+

    • 以下單字有何差別?

      Proposition, proposal, recommendation, offer和suggestion 都是指建議的意思, 他們的差別在於用法...提議;建議;計畫 (尤其指業務上的) 例: 1. I'd like to put a business proposition to you. (我想向您提個業務上的建議。) 2. He was trying...

    • Which proposition should I use

      I graduated with a higher diploma in Mathematics. I graduated from the University of Hong Kong.

    • 請問:business propositions的中文?

      business propositions的中文 : ...譯成 企劃提案...好像蠻順的 ^^